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    Re: Another Mold Settlement

    Posted by ff on 11/26/07

    Is civility a possibility for Mike B.?

    Do you think "something's changed" with regard to microbes, and
    IAQ/Toxic Mold problems today?


    on 11/26/07, ff wrote:
    > Mike B.:
    > Where would you like to go with this, your BS, do you have some
    > goal/endpoint in mind? What would you really like to
    > accomplish?
    > ff
    > On 11/23/07, Mike B. wrote:
    >> Wow, you're actually trying to impress us by pointing out that
    >> Oakland is in Alameda County. From what source material did
    > you
    >> copy the rest of your blabber that is wholly-unrelated to the
    >> article I posted?
    >> You're a trip.
    >> On 11/22/07, ff wrote:
    >>> Alameda County, I always take note of this. It was one of
    >>> the areas in the US where problems with systemic fungicides
    >>> surfaced early on, to a degree that could not be ignored.
    >>> Application there is prohibited on the label, and has been
    >>> for decades.
    >>> It is my position that documentation pointing out that
    >>> fungal resistance was merely an academic concept prior to
    >>> the introduction of systemic anti-fungal compounds in the
    >>> 70's, sheds light on the question so many ask today - "what
    >>> changed".
    >>> The emerging patterns of resistance, and a shift to
    >>> dominance by toxin-producing species, coincides with the
    >>> increase in IAQ/Toxic Mold problems today.
    >>> ff
    >>> On 11/19/07, Mike B. wrote:
    >>>> What are ya'll doing wrong with your litigation?
    >>>> Apartment Mold
    >>>> Oakland, CA: (Nov-18-07) Twelve immigrant families who
    >>>> lived in a dilapidated, unheated, mold and cockroach
    >>>> infested apartment, brought charges against their
    >>> landlord,
    >>>> Roosevelt Owyang, accusing him of not providing a
    >>> habitable
    >>>> dwelling at the complex. The suit also alleged breach of
    >>>> contract. The former tenants stated that rain water leaked
    >>>> into their apartments from windows and ceilings so the
    >>>> apartments were constantly damp and mold was thick.
    >>>> Cockroaches were everywhere, and stairway railings and
    >>>> floorboards were often broken. Several plaintiffs claimed
    >>>> that they developed asthma along with the 39 former and
    >>>> current residents who are party to the suit. Several
    >>> others
    >>>> claimed that they suffered from chronic sinusitis and
    >>> upper-
    >>>> respiratory problems as a result of staying at the
    >>>> apartment. The complaint was filed in state Superior Court
    >>>> in Alameda County. As part of a settlement reached, the
    >>>> twelve immigrant families received a $1.3 million payout,
    >>>> resolving the lawsuit. [INSIDE BAY AREA: APARTMENT MOLD]

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